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Elimination Diet for Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE): Things I wish I knew Before Starting
...elimination diet clock has to start over. Time spent finding and preparing allowable food is time well spent. You can select the start date You and your doctor agree that your child should start an elimination diet to determine if that will help reduce their EoE symptoms. It’s beneficial to start when the diet will be successful. For example during Fall months, all you can think about is Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas and how to...
...and other situations out of the ordinary can put food allergic children at increased risk. With Halloween parties around the corner, I thought I’d share my TREAT sheet (some tips) that has helped keep my son and other allergic children safe and included in classroom parties. Start with your child’s teacher. In my experience, having the teacher communicate the “rules” for the party is the way to go. You and other parents of children with...
...Are there babies or toddlers who will have sippy cups, bottles or snacks with foods to which your child would react? When will they play? Schedule the play date so that you don’t have to coordinate a whole meal. Keep in mind that Valentines Day, Easter, Halloween and Christmas time are all celebrated with an abundance of candy. How do I train caregivers? Caregivers need to be given an overview of food allergies, your child’s...
...participate. Theme night To change up your routine, offer a theme meal night or host a dinner dress up night! Some ideas you can include: International Night, Halloween, Luau, Pajama Night, Breakfast for Dinner, Backwards Day. Ingredient Race Pick one of the ingredients from a meal and put it on the counter or in the center of the table. Give everyone 2 minutes to write down as many meals that use that ingredient as possible....

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